In the span of 90 minutes, Hartington/Newcastle cross country coach Mandy Hochstein experienced her fair share of emotions. Halfway through Thursday's Class C-2 district at Skyview Lake in Norfolk, the Wildcats' girls team had four runners finish among the top 12, giving Hochstein a pretty good feeling the program had won its first-ever district title.

Fresh off its shutout win over rival Gering on Monday, the Scottsbluff girls soccer team showed no signs of a letdown in a 9-3 thumping of Newcastle, Wyo., on Tuesday at the Landers Memorial Soccer Complex in Scottsbluff.

Katie Martindale scored two goals to help lead the Gering girls soccer team to a 4-1 win over Newcastle, Wyo., on Thursday evening at Memorial Stadium in Gering.

Hartington-Newcastle celebrated the No. 13 here Friday in a 48-45 win over Wynot. After a 20-point lead had evaporated thanks to 12 second-half turnovers, the Wildcats' 13th field-goal attempt of the second half proved to be a Friday the 13th game-winner.

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